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[movies]Invasive Species: Tamarisk and Fire Sprouts - NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center Conceptual Image Lab
Experts now estimate that Tamarisk (saltcedar) has infested more than 3.3 million acres in the western United States. Tamarisk is one of our most harmful invasive species because the plant's long roots tap into underground aquifers. Its groundwater-absorbing qualities may be adding to the severity of the drought in the western U.S. NASA and the USGS are working together to develop a National Invasive Species Forecasting System (ISFS) for the management and control of invasive species...
Keywords: Earth Science, Biosphere, Ecological Dynamics, Invasive Species; What -- Earth; Where -- United States of America
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[movies]Invasive Species: Tamarisk and Salt - NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center Conceptual Image Lab
Experts now estimate that Tamarisk (saltcedar) has infested more than 3.3 million acres in the western United States. Tamarisk is one of our most harmful invasive species because the plant's long roots tap into underground aquifers. Its groundwater-absorbing qualities may be adding to the severity of the drought in the western U.S. NASA and the USGS are working together to develop a National Invasive Species Forecasting System (ISFS) for the management and control of invasive species...
Keywords: Earth Science, Biosphere, Ecological Dynamics, Invasive Species; What -- Earth; Where -- United States of America
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[movies]Invasive Species: Tamarisk's Use of Water - NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center Conceptual Image Lab
Experts now estimate that Tamarisk (saltcedar) has infested more than 3.3 million acres in the western United States. Tamarisk is one of our most harmful invasive species because the plant's long roots tap into underground aquifers. Its groundwater-absorbing qualities may be adding to the severity of the drought in the western U.S. NASA and the USGS are working together to develop a National Invasive Species Forecasting System (ISFS) for the management and control of invasive species...
Keywords: Earth Science, Biosphere, Ecological Dynamics, Invasive Species; What -- Earth; Where -- United States of America
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